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  • School kids on social media through the night
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School kids on social media through the night

The attraction of technology is that is frees people from a more burdensome way of doing things. But as the use of digital devices increases, people are letting technology regularly disrupt their daily lives. And it's evident in the way that kids are using social media.

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